woensdag, juni 24, 2015

In the allotment garden

The passed days it rained much, which was a good thing, because the ground was very dry. Everything now got such a good watering and it was perfect to remove the weeds, but ofcourse they will grow back very fast again. My thyme plant is blooming very lovely with light puprle flowers. I planted it last year and is doing very well. This year i also planted pineapple sage. I never heared of it before and i really wanted to give this herb a place in my garden as well. During the weeding i could not resist to harvest a first little turnip. I added it to the carrot soup i made, and i liked it a lot. I am always so happy when I manage to go to the garden. It is always a big task for me, searching after a balance in my chronical health situation and when i am at my lottie, i somehow can let go of so many things in just being there, going with my fingers through the soil, looking at my plants, sitting there looking at the bees and seeing other little insects. When i return back home I feel and know i went over my limits, but i am happy that i could live in that moment again in my garden and that is what matters the most for me. Wishing you a lovely week and until very soon again.

6 opmerkingen :

  1. wow!

    pineapple sage survives the winter in your climate? here it always dies and it does not like to spend it´s days in an apartement during those months (a greenhouse would be better), so sadly i never got myself one again...

    1. hello anna,

      i said that i planted the pineapple sage this year, so i dont know if it will survive the coming winter periode. I wait and see what will happen...hope you one day can find a new pineapple sage.


    2. gardening is a precious thing to do. take care of plants and see them growing up... it's fantastic!

  2. i love the smell of thyme
    and it's little purple flowers :)

  3. Pineapple sage must look beautiful when it blooms! It's just too nice to see all the changes constantly in the garden. The weather really made it easier to remove the weeds. Whenever I work in my garden I have to think of you :)

  4. never heared of pinapple sage, have to look that up ;^))
    yes, the rain was so welcome, but, as you say, the weeds grow very fast
    .... i am such a lucky girl, to have my allotment garden near our house

    fine weekend! x


Thank you for visiting my blog. If you have a question I will try to replay on it here or you can also send me an e-mail. much love , Lotte